a musical love letter from dj sun: make light summer break 2019, episode 1
It’s summertime, friends! Time to rest and relax, with good friends, and good tunes. To start our bi-weekly Make Light Summer Break off right, this first Summer Break episode features the lovely André Sam-Sin, aka DJ Sun. Join us as we talk about about DJ Sun’s inspiration for his amazingly chill vibes, expecially his upcoming love letter to the world.
In this episode:
DJ Sun’s website — the hub for André’s amazing music.
The Flat — “where good drinks and live music do you right” — DJ Sun’s groovy venue, in the Montrose area of Houston.
Qingxi — the amazing musical journey into Andre’s Chinese ancestry
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